Moto X, DROID Mini, Ultra and Maxx Android 4.4 KitKat Update Confirmed

Moto X, DROID Mini, Ultra and Maxx Android 4.4 KitKat Update Confirmed Android 4.4 KitKat2 300x192The latest in the line to receive the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update are Motorola flagships – Moto X, DROID Mini, Moto Ultra and Maxx. As the release date of Android 4.4 KitKat is coming closer, the ‘to be rolled-out’ announcements for high-end smartphones are keeping the users busier than ever. The excitement of getting android update for good is understandable and contagious!

Punit Soni from Motorola earlier shared a post on Google+ sharing an image of Android 4.4 KitKat stating this Halloween treat is going to be as exciting for its users as it is for Motorola. The hint was more than enough to tell many awaiting users that Android KitKat is arriving for them. Now, today, in a follow-up to the same post, Punit Soni has shared a link of update page wherein you have to select carrier, and then model of your phone. Scroll down a bit on this upgrade check interface and you will know if your device is amongst the lucky ones to receive the update.

Moto X, DROID Mini, Ultra and Maxx Android 4.4 KitKat Update Confirmed Moto X Android 4.4 KitKar

This interface has confirmed that Android 4.4 KitKat will be rolled out for DROID Mini, Ultra, Moto X and Maxx. It is to be noted that Motorola smartphones are skipping Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and jumping directly on to Android 4.4 KitKat. Clearly, we do not know when the Motorola flagships will receive the update or how it will affect the performance of these smartphones as there is no specific timeline or features mentioned. But just in case, if you want to be the first one to know when android update for Moto flagships will be out, sign up for email alerts from Motorola.

Meanwhile when you sign up for email and check if your device is ready to receive the update or not. We will keep an eye for you on Google+ profile of Punit Soni and Motorola Mobility to know more about confirmed dates and timing.

Source: Android Police

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